By Will Hurst, Will Hurst Will Hurst Will Hurst2007-01-26T00:00:00
A new era of high-quality public architecture beckons after a government body which oversees a staggering £64 billion of public spending on the public estate ruled that the long-term costs of buildings — such as maintenance and energy use — must be taken into account.
Only logged in subscribers have access to it.
Existing subscriber? LOGIN or
Subscribe for unlimited access to:
Alternatively REGISTER for free access on selected stories and sign up for email alerts